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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

HE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL;' '-SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1C0D. 13 THE SIGHTS OF SEVILLE Yir.W FHOM Till! COLDK TOWER, AM) WOM)EnS OF TUB ALCAZAR. jrieia IlnoUa nnd Manuscripts Which Tell the Early History and Homnnre of America. Crrrf.ypc.ndence of the Indianapolis Journal. hPVILLi:. Lrain, Jan. 31, IMO.-This tinniest capital of Andalusia prMes Itself mistily on man things, and on nothing mrre than tolng "the most Spanish city In Spain." that Is. least changed by modern repress. In a place where Father Time 5,,,m? to have ben standing absolutely 5-jll ince the clays of the Caliphs where evorytvdy lives and moves according to j-,s own ?weet will, and nobody pays -the luhtpst heed to his neighbor's affairs, any pl.j?ant happening grows easily into a habit. 'Thus we find ourselves arising be fore the lark and mounting the Glralda tower day after day, as regularly as the muezzin of old merely to fee the sun frprins out of bed behind the dark Morna rai.Rf. come smiling over the valley of the Gualqu...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1S00 14 U C f r News -and d MugiC arid Rossini's "Stabat Mater" will be given at the Second Presbyterian Church thl even ing:. A piano recital by the pupils of Mrs. Flora. M. Hunter will be given at the Propylaeum within two weeks. Mrs. Thomas P. Illtt has been engaged as soprano to the Plymouth Church quar tet in place of Mrs. Posey, resigned. Max Heinrich and his talented daughter Julia, contralto, will be the soloists at the next Philharmonic concert, Monday, May 21. MLsr Benaldlne Smith and Miss Anna Sickels have charge of the programme to be given by the Matinee Musicale Wednes day a'ternoon. The London Musical Notes has found this amusing advertisement In an English provincial paper: "Organist immediately wanted at Church. Knowledge of music essential. Apply at rectory." The North Side Social Club gave an enjoy able concert at its clubrooms Friday even ing. The soloists were Mrs. William Jones, poprano, who sang "Merry Brown Thrush" ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUENAL, SUNDAY, 5IARCH 11, 1800. 15 - - m " " 1 i ' ' Zr; T " " : i irt-BLISHED BT SPECIAL AltRANGF.MENT.l The. Tragedy of. An Idea! Dy MRS. J. K. LAWSON. "Author of "Aunt Anna's Money," Con queror of Circumstances," "Children of Calamity." "The Witch of the Ben," Etc. Copyright, 1900, by Mrs. J. K. Lawson. .i CHAPTER I. Th dying man opened his eyes, looked into the eyes of the woman who sat with his wast hand in hers, smiled, and with a sich of profound content, closed them jjain. The woman, releasing his hand, M:!y slipped between his parched lips a feeiir.g tube, and said, gently: "Drink this, dear." He sucked like a weak Infant, draining the feeding cup dry. With eyes still r!oed he smiled again, groping about weakly for her hand. To still him she laid her own gently upon his. "My darling!" he murmured, and dozed off. after the manner of the very sick. The woman, who was past her prime, srA whose hair retained Its color only by a toilet mystery, was neither pre...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

16 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL,, SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1C00. FOR FEMININE READERS FOLLY OF MK.V AVHO T1IIMC THEY IvOW ALL AIJOLT WOMEN'S DItESS. Clone Connection Iletireen flood Look and Health Picture Hanging i!ie of the .eT Fahlonn. "My hu?bar.d always thinks I have stacks of clothes; he never seems to know that I may need a now gown." The speaker's tone was plaintive, says Margaret Sar.sster. She was simply garbed In a style which to a trained eye was elo quent of a cheap dressmaker, and the only really elegant article of her costume, a beautiful wrap of rich material, was cf a fashion which had prevailed several years earlier; probably this garment had be longed to her trousseau. She and her friend passed on, deep in conversation, and I went my way, the scrap of a sentence which I had overheard unwittingly lingering with me and suggesting a long train of thought. What does the average man know about the needs of a woman in the ordinary course of her life? Why should he, being a husband...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 March 1900

1 WEKKLY TISTArXISIIKD 1?. IJAIL.Y ESTABLISHED IsCO. VOL. LNO. 71. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1900. lTTm? Q prV'PC 5 AT RAILWAY NKWS FTANPS. OS X IvlUüi O ll!il 10. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. I CENTS. r 3 ROBERTS Has an AllDay Engagement with the Boers in the Kopjes Near Dreifontein. Part of Kelly-Kenny's Division Turns the Enemy Out of Two Positions, but Is Unable to Complete an Important Flanking Movement. BOERS DECAMP And the British Resume Their March to the Capital of the Orange Free State. Now Within 25 Miles of Bloemfontein Over 100 Dead Burghers on the Ground Treacherous Use of the White Flag Peace Overtures. LONDON. March 1L-A dispatch to the War Office from Lord Roberts, dated Drip fonteln, March 11, 7:15 a. m.. says: "The enemy opposed us throughout yes terday's march, and from their intimate knowledge of the country gave us consid erable trouble. Owing, however, to the admirable conduct of the troops, the enemy were unable to prevent us reaching our destination. Th...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. with the rank cf colonel, and he was sworn In. The official announcement was made that this Appointment Is only temporary. This was regarded as significant. It being understood that Colonel Murray accepted tho appointment on account of the gravity of the rresent situation and with the un derstanding that he could resign when the conditions in the State become more quiet. Harland Whlttaker and W. II. Cuiton. who were confined in Jail here charged with complicity in the assassination of Senator Goebel. were removed from the Jail early this morning and taken in a hack to Shelbyvillc. where ihey were placed on a train and sent to Ixmlsville under a heavy guard. It U understood they will bo kept In the Louisville Jail till the April term of the Circuit Court, when they will be returned here for trial. In Jail nt LouUvIlle. LOUISVILLE. March 11. Officers from Frankfort arrived here about 8:30 to-night, having In custody Harland Whlttaker, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 March 1900

r THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. 3 New York Store Established 1S5.1. Sole Acents Batterlck Patterns. The New Fabrics Will be on display A special feature will be an exhibit of our exclusive line of Dress Patterns of High Novelty Suiting In Veiling?, Berages, Crepes, Cords and Fancy Plaids. It will do you good to see this display. West Aisle. Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large 5tock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. SUROTT, 22 to 23 East Wash. St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. Notes of the Stnge. The Blanche. Walsh-Melbourne MacDow e'.l combination is touring British Colum bia with considerable success. Augustus Pitou'a latest melodrama, "The Gunner's Mate," Is tack In New York at the Star Theater, playing to crowded houses. Fanny Rice Is touring the Northwest In her new play, "A Wonderful Woman," and the repertory of plays produced formerly by Roslna Yokes. i J. II. Kölker, who resigned as leading man' of the Grand st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. Telephone Calls. Busin O.Tlc 228 I Editorial Rooms 88 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY EY MAIL. Dally onlr. month . ". Ii!!y only, thre months 2.V) Dally only, one year .M Iallv. including tfiinday, on year li.oo Sunday or.lv. oh year 2.00 WJIKN' FURNISHED UY AGENTS. Datlr, j-r wwk. by carrier IS ets Funday, Inlf copy 5 cts Dally ami Sunday, rr wk. by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year 11.00 Reduced Ilafea to Club. Fnbscrib with any of our numerous agents or enl subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons nendlns? the Journal throuch th malls In the Un!fxl tfo should put on an etht-paire papr a ONE-CENT r-osta n.'amp: on a twelve or !xten-paee rPr a TWO-CENT pestajre stamp. Foreign posta? Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must, in order to revive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the writer. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. 5 F a Difference Is, as it is alleged, the one essentia! of a horse race, it is also a prime ..factor in the race for trade. Just now this is evidenced by .. ..our reluctance to concede the warrant for the many EXTREME ..advances recently made by the agents oh staple articles. We continue to offer both staple and fancy goods at far Below First-Hand Demands Fair, profitable prices, and a continuous movement of merchan ....dise is, in our opinion, more remunerative than an endeavor to ..realize upon the spasmodic impetus given current business ....through anticipatory boom" prices. Why, therefore, accept .. ..the additional hazard of a remote or obscure market of specu ....lative tendencies in your daily transactions when here, at .... home", and in ANY EVENT of. MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. (WHOLESALE INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Ida. Pillow and Chair Cushions. Hospital KJnjf. Urinals, ISe.l Pan?. Fountain and liulb Sjrrince. Hot Water Uot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 March 1900

AMÜSEMENTS. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. ' - JomrvAis iusiskss directory. COAL Ccburn Coal Co.. Kast 22d ft. An thracite, coke. hard and soft coal. Thon 2145. DYEING BRILL & CO.. fancy dyers an.! cleaners; silk curtains, any color, clt-and and finished equal to new; also ladies' lUht cloth Jicktts a spe cialty. 2C Massachusetts avenue And 1m North Hanois strot. 1 FLORISTS nnRTERMAN'N' FLORAL COMPANY. New No. :1 Mass ave., 2-Ä N. Del. it. Tel. S40. LAUNDRIES UNION" CO-OrnitATIVE LAUNDRY. Work, called for. L4-11I Vlrff. ave. 'Phone 12C 11 ANT ELS AND GRATES P. IL PURSELL (ilanlcU Furnace). 2U1 Mass. ave. PATENT LAWTERS V. II. LOCKWOOD. 41X13 Lemcke building. SALE AND LIVERY STALLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Duck boards, etc.) 2ü Circle. TeL 10u7. SHOW CASES- WILLIAM WEIGEL. South Pennsylvania st. UND ERTA K ERS FRANK P.LANCHARD. 5'i N. Delaware sU Tr 1 411. Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS II. C. STEVENS, New Styl Wall Paper, Low prices. S3-) N. Senate ave. Tel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1900. 4 SHADOW OF TIGHT MONEY IT IS TIIC DETEnUEXT lAFLl'EXCD IS WALL STHEET MARKETS. Most of Last Week'ji Trading "Was Professional A Brighter Outlook In Local Business. At New York Saturday moneys on call ras steady at 3V per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 416? per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with ac tual business in bankers' bills at J4.S6U for demand and HSSU for sixty day a; posted rates. $!.8334.&l and J1.S7U; commercial tills. U1U34.2U. Silver certificates were COgeiVic; bar silver, 59?c; Mexican dollars, 47;c. Bar silver at London was steady at 27ftd per ounce. Exports of gold and silver from the port of New York for the week were J1.2S3.100 in silver bars and coin and 27,546 In gold. Specie imports for the week were $79,563 In Sold and $204,703 in silver. The imports of dry goods and merchan dise at the port of New York for the week were valued at I10.0CO.675. The weekly statement of the associated New York banks, issue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 March 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1D00. 'Dressmakers Return To-Day Mrs. Fhelps, -who last season probably designed and fitted a greater number of costumes than any other woman In the State Urs. Wright, whose dainty concep tions for evening- and dinner wear adorned many of the best gowned In the Hoosler capital. They have In the pa.Bt proved themselves worthy of your patronage; they return to you now, from the Ea?t, with that worthi ness enhanced by knowledge gained In America's greatest fashion and shopping center. !; Goods Arc Complete. L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole AgfnU for Standard rattern. Dicture Framing BET UCHZAPtT Manufactnrcr of Grilles and Fret Work. A RUG RUSH IN MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE DIRECT FROM the MILL RIGHT, BRIGHT and NEW ICO Rugs, Wool Smyrnas, both sides alike, worth 2. 75. Monday $1.87 100 Square Rugs, Brussels, Velvet and Axminsters ...57c LOT LIMITED Come Early MONDAY Albert Gall Carpels, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 West Washington street. Hardwoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 March 1900

I ZUu l'ui lt iL,: OilL 1HBIAMAEOLK JOUENAL r EF.KLY ESTABLISHED 1ST3. I VOT T TH 7 ULY ESTABLISHED 1?:0. J WJU. lJ 1 J. I . INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING. M.MIOH 13, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. t AT RAILWAY NEWS FTANDS OS t TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, 5 CENTS. DAILY APPEAL IN VAIN K HUG ER ASD STEYN ASK ECROPEAX rOWCRS TO IXTDUV.E. Germnnr Decline to Act and Am-trla-II angary and Italy Will Probably Do Likewise. UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER SAID TO IIAVB BEEN THE ULT13IA TL'M OF LORD SALISBURY. London Editors of Opinion the Doer Republics Shonld Hare Counted the Cost Before Declaring War. PROPOSALS SENT BY MR. HAY AMERICA CONSUL AT PRETORIA A MEDIUM OP NEGOTIATIONS. Lord Roberts Aaaln 3f Isleadlnjr. the Doers by Advancing South ward Rapidly. ENEMY'S ARMY ABOUT 12,000 POSTED 0. THE KOPJES ON THE ROAD TO BLOCMFONTEIN. Drltlsh Sweeping Around Their Po sitions Toward the Railway 31a feking Safe on March 3. LONDON. March 13. 4:20 a. m. It Is positively stated on the continent that the South African republi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900. problems arising from tlic "sur with Spain, and was followed by Co!. J. S. Dodge, of i:Skhart; Col. XV. T. Durbin. of Anderson, and Enoch Huatc. of Danville, who spoke Ions: practically the ?arac lines und were varmly greeted by their hearers. Other i-rrakcrs were: Senator L. I. Ncwby, Knlshtstowu; Frank Shutts. of Aurora, nnd John XV. Baker, of Columbia City, can didates for Lieutenant Governor; Charles 1. Rcmy, of Columbus; Jesse Welk, of Greencastle, and Lee Nash, of Tipton, can didates for reporter of th Supreme Court; Attorney General William L. Taylor. Frederick Landls, brother of Ilepresenta tive Landls, of Longansport; ex-Representative Charles L. Henry and Mayor Dun lap, of Anderson; State Chairman Charles L. Hernly, of New Casctle; Attorney Cur ley Brewer, of Indianapolis; 11 E. Hcndee, of Anderson, and others. . Judges Monks and Jordan, of the Su premo Court bench, wfre present, but had to depart for Indianapolis before t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900. 3 New York Store Established Sole Agent flnttertck, Patterns. There's an Interesting Display of Imported Wash Goods In onr west aisle that will do. yon a world of good to see. All the newest weaves that iDGObas brought to field from the foreign markets. , Ginghams, Madras, Linens, Oxfords, Dimities, Lawns, Mousselines and Or gandies, in beautiful colorings, . Suppose you come andf see them to day. ' Pettis Dry Goods Co. The Reveries Of a Gentleman "When he Is fastidious, are often where to go for" tip-to-date furnishings when he Is preparing for some social function. Always come to Krauss's and you will find all the latest decrees of fashion in Neckwear, Shirts, Collars, Gloves, etc. Paul H. Krattss, 44 E. Washington St. Shirts to Order. Shlrtinz by the Yard. AMUSEMENTS. The "Arabian Mht" at the Grand Laut Mght. "Arabian Nishts," a farcical comedy as cribed "to Sydney Grundy, was revived by the Grand stock company last night to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAECH 13,- 1900. i THE DAILY JOUKN L TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1000. Telephone Call. X?uslns OfSce 23 Editorial Iloom SS TKUMS OF SIIJSCIIIITIO.N. DAILY BT MAIL. Paüy only, one mnnth $1.7 Illy oniy. three months Z.i iany only, one year I'ailv. tnclu'lins: Sunday, one year..... Eunday rnv. on year WHEN" KLTKN1SH KI EY AGENTS Da!!r. per week, by carrier . l .ni ,- 2.00 IS cts 5 cts runway, nipio copy Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 23 cts Ter year 1. 00 Reduced It n ten to Club. FubsTih with any of our numerous agents or nl subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Inillnnnpolln, Ind. Persons en?lrur the Jotjrnal through the mails In the L'niti Sur houM put on an elht-pace Taper a ONE-CENT postage tnmp: on a twelve or iixten-paj:e parr a TWO-fEXT postare '"sip. Foreign postago Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication in this paper mut. In trflT to receive attention, te accompanied by the name and address 'of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900. iL I .fit ; "T.M' t' t ZTr 1 Pii 00 1 1 BONDS WJ3 OFPI3R $105,000 Spencer Co., Mils Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. Äliome In Morton Place Beautiful, new, strictly modern, up-to-date, high-grade home of ten large rooms; complete bath and toilet rooms, laundry, etc.; elegant ar rangement, beautifully finished, decorated and chandellered; hardwood floors, plate glas front, finest I'lumbins. hlxh-rrade steel brlckset com bination furnace: tn fact, an Ideal home: f-.500 cash required; balance long time; price, 7,uuo. JOS. W. SELVAGE, - Ageut, 73-74 Lombard Building, 24 E. Wash. St. 3Ph'loIunH Ovatf It. Emergency Satchels. Medicine Cases, In strument Sets, Operating Gowns and Cush ions, Physicians PocKet Knives, with Spatula, and all other suitable articles. ' WM. II. ARMSTRONG CO., Surgical Instrument Makers & Z2i outh Meridian M. dividends in cash, which not only repaid him t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 March 1900

15 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900. JOIIINAI.'S lU'SCVESS DIRECTORY. COAL-Ccburn Coal Cv. Kat 22d mt. An thracite, coke, hard and oft coal. Prion DYEING I5IIII.L. JEc CO.. fancy dyer and cleaner; Bilk curtain.", any color. clane-1 and flnlj-h-! equal to new; al.o la-iUs' light cloth jacuet a sie rtalty. Massachusetts venu and lS North Illtnoi tret. FLORISTS r.ERTEr.MAVN FIXHtAL, COMPANY. New No. 2 I Maw ave.. 226 N. Iel. U Tel. 140. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVTl LAUNDRY. Work called for. 12S-1U Vlrg. ave. 'Phone 1ZS MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL rURS ELL. (Mantels. Furnaces). 231 Man. aTfe. PATENT LAJVrERft V. II. LOCKWOOD. 4U-4H Iemrke building. BALE AND LIVERY STABLE. HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Trap. Duck boards, etc.) j Circle. TeL 1'j7. BIIOW CASES WILLIAM WEICJEL, . 116 South Pennsylvania at. UNDERTAKERS FRANK. BLANCH ARD. Vi N. Delaware st. Tel 411. Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS H. C. STEVENS, New Style Wall Paper. Low price. 9w N. benate ave. TeL 2 oa 2X2. FUAERAL DIRE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS 'JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900. THE INDIANA TRUST CO. WILL FAY YOU 3 Per Cent. Interest on savings deposits of $1.00 and up. which may b; marlt? at any time. The full amount dcpo?lted may be withdrawn with interest, without any deductions whatever. No Fines Ko Expense Fund No Withdrawal Fees Executors, administrators or trustees of estates, religious and benevolent institu tions and Individuals of large or small means will find this company a convenient hnd safe depository for money. OFFICES: Indiana Trust Building Corner Washington Street and Virginia Avenue. SS KASSAU STREET. 3!CW TURK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds &J other Investment Securities HARVEY EDWARD YISK GEORG n. ROBINSON. Member Niw York Stock Exchange. safe DErosrrs. S. A. I LL1CI1LR& COS Snfe deposit Vault East YVtisnlngton Street Absolute safety against flr and burglar. Po liceman day and nlKht on t?uard. Designed for safe keeping of Money, Bonds. Wills, Deed. Ab stract. Silv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAUCH 13, 1900. 8 Carpet-Size Rugs Slowly, but surely, they arc dis placing1 every species of by-the-yard carpeting-. v Wc ask vou to consider these prices, and then come see the beauty and excellence they stand for. Wiltons 9 bv 12 feet, 524.50, $37.60 and $39.50 Smyroas 0 by 12 feet, $18.50, $24 SO, $35.00 and $39.50 Other sizes in proportion. Large Carpet Ru, iu beautiful light coloring, for parlor or bedroom, $39.50, $42.50 and $49.50 Ingrain Art Squares, in choice, new, Ori ental patterns, $6.75, $7.50, $9.50, $10.00 and $12.50 L. S.AYRES&CO. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. BRING IT HERE Your Perplexities Your Uncertainties Your Doubts AS' TO SPRING DECORATIONS IN CARPETS IN CURTAINS IN WALL PAPERS OUR FULL STOCK tSTWe shall be glad to aid you in making selections or in showing you goods whether you are ready to buy or not. Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 West Washington Street. TTardwool Floors laid. finished ...

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